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2008\07\11@004057 by Richard Prosser

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We got sent a "smilebox" the other day. It seemed to do what you want
& I think is free.  <http://www.smilebox.com> for a look anyway.

RP

2008/7/11 Gordon Williams <spam_OUTg_willTakeThisOuTspamcyberus.ca>:
> I know some people on this list are into photography.  I have a number of
> digital pictures of a bicycle trip which I would like to put into a
> slideshow synced to music.  I'm looking for something cheap (or better free)
> that works on windows.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Gordon Williams
>
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2008\07\11@100846 by Gordon Williams

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Hi,

Smilebox appears to be a web based system.  I was looking for something that
I can run on my own machine.

thanks,

Gordon Williams

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2008\07\11@110347 by Walter Banks

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I have been using SlideShow.exe from
http://www.lpj-software.com/

The executable is small enough (230K) to leave on the
SD and Compact Flash cards for our digital camera's


Walter..


Gordon Williams wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Smilebox appears to be a web based system.  I was looking for something that
> I can run on my own machine.
>
> thanks,
>
> Gordon Williams
>
> {Original Message removed}

2008\07\11@133016 by Ruben Jönsson

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You can use Windows Moviemaker for that. Free to download (if you don't already
have it on your computer).

<www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/expert/northrup_02december0
2.mspx>



> Hi,
>
> Smilebox appears to be a web based system.  I was looking for something that
> I can run on my own machine.
>
> thanks,
>
> Gordon Williams
>
> {Original Message removed}

2008\07\13@080707 by Justin Richards

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I am also after something that randomly displays 5 photo's from a
directory of photos then display an info page ie remote work site info
like meal times, what's on tv, what events are coming up, then go back
to displaying 5 random photos, then the info page and so on.

It is for a spare site distributed movie channel connect to a pc
running fedora core 4.

I had a quick look at using perl or other script but I found it
difficult to quickly and easily display a photo in full screen mode.

Any ideas.

Justin

On 7/12/08, Ruben Jönsson <.....rubenKILLspamspam@spam@pp.sbbs.se> wrote:
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